Payment of fees

Fees are due one month in advance. Payments should reach Montys on the 1st of each month. We ask parents to pay nursery fees by standing order. Any ad-hoc sessions that are agreed upon are invoiced and paid for separately.


Child Care Vouchers

Working parents may be eligible to pay part of their child's nursery fees through childcare vouchers. These are usually offered through via your employer through a salary sacrifice scheme, meaning that an agreed amount will be deducted from your pre-tax salary.

At Montys we are registered with a large number of childcare voucher companies, please contact the office if you would like to use childcare vouchers. If we are not registered with the company that your employer uses then we will be more than happy to create a new account.


Early Education Funding (E.E.F)

The Early Education Funding (E.E.F) is funding towards the cost of childcare, irrespective of your financial status. The funding is available the term after your child turns three.

A maximum of 15 hours per week can be claimed for 38 weeks a year (term time only).

Please note that from September 2017 Montys Nursery and Pre-School will only be offering the universal 15 hours Early Education Funding. At this point we will not be offering the extended 15 hours.

When your child becomes eligible for the EEF you will be notified by the nursery and asked to sign a parent declaration form.


 Tax- Free Childcare

Tax free childcare is a new government scheme to help working parents with the cost of childcare. Parents can open an online account to pay for their childcare. For every £8.00 a parent pays in to the account, the government will pay in an additional £2.00. Parents can receive up to £2000.00 per child, per year towards their childcare costs. (Up to £4000.00 if your child has a disability)

To check your eligibility or to open an online account please go to the Gov.UK website and look under Tax free childcare.  


2 Year Old Funding 

We accept children through the 2 year funding scheme for 15 hours care a week for a maximum of 38 weeks per year (term time only). Children are referred to Montys from the Family information Service.

The Family Information Service can be contacted on: 020 8831 6267


Early Years Pupil Premium (EYPP)

EYPP is extra Government funding that can be used to boost your 3 or 4 years olds child's learning. For every child that qualifies for EYPP, we can claim up to £342.00 per year and we can use that money to further improve your child's education. 

You will be eligible if you are in receipt of any of the following benefits:

Income support, income based job seekers allowance, income-related employment and support allowance, support under part six of the immigration and asylum act 1999, The guaranteed element of state pension credit, child tax credit (provided you are not entitled to working tax credit) and have a gross income of no more that £16,190, Working tax credit run on, universal credit (Your household income must be less that £7,400 after tax, not including any benefits you may get). 

You may also qualify for EYPP if your child is currently looked after by a local authority or if your child has left care through: adoption, a special guardianship order, a child arrangement order.

If you think you may be eligible, please tick the box on your early education funding parent declaration form before returning to the office.